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The Westworld movie is a glorious mashup of genres, like the show: Western, sci-fi, thriller.

The end of Westworld is a great time to revisit Michael Crichton's 1973 film

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A self-extinguishing Christmas tree.

11 weird and wonderful Christmas tree patents

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Most modern Advent calendars don’t technically cover the Christian season of Advent.

Advent, explained

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today at 01:00. Facebook
Obama has granted clemency to 1,093 people, mostly nonviolent drug offenders — a total that includes 1,023 commutations and 70 pardons.

One way Obama has quietly worked to reverse "tough on crime" policies

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today at 00:16. Facebook
The prospect of Rex Tillerson is already getting pushback from both sides of the aisle.

Donald Trump’s expected pick for secretary of state is a Putin-friendly Exxon CEO

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yesterday at 23:45. Facebook
The world’s richest man is studying up on tennis and electrical grids this year.

These are the best books Bill Gates read in 2016

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yesterday at 22:30. Facebook
Celebrities can’t always control their online followings. But Trump isn’t just a celebrity anymore. He’s the president-elect.

Donald Trump has weaponized Twitter — with dangerous consequences

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yesterday at 21:15. Facebook
There is no shortage of Democratic outrage at Trump, but they need to resonate with voters who supported Trump.

Senate Democrats aren't spoiling for a fight. They're spoiling for 10 — and that's a problem.

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yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
Fifty Shades Darker has elevator sex and Spider-Man: Homecoming makes its debut.

New trailers: Sequels! Apes! Elevator sex! Baby Groot!

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yesterday at 18:43. Facebook
The Twitter Rules prohibit violent threats, harassment, hateful conduct, and multiple account abuse.

Donald Trump’s behavior on Twitter is a bannable offense

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yesterday at 17:31. Facebook
Both performances walked the line between artifice and authenticity.

TV’s 2 best performances in 2016 shared a surprising common trait

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yesterday at 16:30. Facebook
A growing body of evidence in political science indicates that politicians’ complete dependence on donors really does matter.

Which raises some questions: Who are these people who fund political campaigns? And what do they want?

Political donors in the US are whiter, wealthier, and more conservative than voters

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yesterday at 15:30. Facebook
What if the X-Men, instead of becoming superheroes, decided to spend some time in therapy?

If that idea intrigues you, The Bright Sessions might be your new favorite podcast.

The Bright Sessions podcast is a compelling merging of superpowers and psychotherapy

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yesterday at 14:28. Facebook
The Obama Administration formally accused Russia of hacking the Democrats two months ago. Now the CIA is going even further.

CIA report: Russia hacked the Democrats to help Trump

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yesterday at 14:02. Facebook
SantaCon began as anti-consumerist art — so how did we get to the beer crawl of today?
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yesterday at 13:30. Facebook
Geert Wilders talked about reducing the number of Moroccan immigrants living in the Netherlands. People loved it.

The Dutch politician convicted of inciting anti-immigrant rage is going up in the polls

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yesterday at 12:30. Facebook
Contrary to conventional wisdom, places where children out-earn their parents tended to vote for Donald J. Trump.

Did declining social mobility cause Trump’s rise? In a word, no.

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yesterday at 11:38. Facebook
More than 33,000 Americans died due to alcohol-induced causes in 2015.

It’s not just painkillers and heroin. Americans have a growing alcohol problem too.

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yesterday at 10:30. Facebook
One week before electoral votes must be finalized, the recounts are ending — slowly, tediously, and in court.

The presidential recount, explained

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